Forming closely held businesses in Arizona

On behalf of Kadish & Associates Law Group posted in Closely Held Businesses on Thursday, May 26, 2016. Before opening a new business here in Arizona, there will be several decisions that need to be made. One of the first, and possibly most critical decisions, is what type of entity to form. How closely held businesses are structured affects numerous aspects of the company. ThereContinue reading

Alternative financing for closely held businesses

On behalf of Kadish & Associates Law Group posted in Closely Held Businesses on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. When opening a new business, most Arizona entrepreneurs require startup capital. Most people do not have the kind of money that it will take to initiate a business, so it will be necessary to obtain financing. In lieu of a traditional bank loan, closely held businesses mightContinue reading

Failed merger leads to business litigation

On behalf of Kadish & Associates Law Group posted in Business Litigation on Thursday, March 17, 2016.There are numerous reasons why an Arizona company would agree to be purchased by another company. Mergers can provide a smaller company with access to more capital, equipment and customers than it would have alone. In addition, it can save a struggling company from having to close its doorsContinue reading

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Contract disputes can come down to words and phrases

On behalf of Kadish & Associates Law Group posted in Contract Disputes on Thursday, March 10, 2016. A picture might be worth a 1,000 words, but even one word can change the entire meaning of a document. This is especially true in contracts. Many contract disputes come down to the words and phrases in the contracts signed by Arizona companies with other parties. When anContinue reading

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Being the first to file business litigation could be an advantage

On behalf of Kadish & Associates Law Group posted in Business Litigation on Friday, March 4, 2016. Many Arizona companies do not limit their contracts to other companies within the state. When those relationships cross state lines, contract disputes can end up in federal court. When negotiations break down, winning the race to be the first to file business litigation could be an advantage. For example,Continue reading

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